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Authorities have broadened the hunt for three suspects wanted in the fatal shooting of a popular northern Illinois police officer, even as they acknowledge there's little information to go on. Source: Headline News - WFIE
The police response to unrest in Ferguson, Missouri, last summer offers lessons in how not to handle mass demonstrations, according to a Justice Department report that warns such problems could happen in other places... Source: Headline News - WFIE
Mike Schweiss of the Normal Cornbelters (58-34) stymied the Evansville Otters (48-44) over 6.2 innings of work and the bullpen did the ret of the work for the Cornbelters as they shut out the Otters in a 6-0 victory.Hunter Ackerman started the game for the Otters and allowed a pair of runs in the bottom of the third inning on a pair of RBI singles and the Cornbelters took a 2-0 lead. They added to the lead in the fourth inning as Aaron Dudley, who drove in a run in the third, shot a ba... Source: Headline News - WFIE
For the past three years, a family in Warrick County has wondered who killed their dad.  Source: Headline News - WFIE
Madisonville Police are investigating a wreck involving a motorcycle. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Imagine buying a carpet -- only to find out when you get home -- that three kittens are inside! Source: Headline News - WFIE
The downtown Evansville dealership is moving to make way for the IU Medical Center. Source: Headline News - WFIE
A proposed project on Lake Malone in Muhlenberg County has several neighbors and boaters excited, but not everyone is happy Source: Headline News - WFIE
In an emergency situation involving heights, Henderson City firefighters now have the ability to get you to safety much quicker. Source: Headline News - WFIE
A common surgery for women diagnosed with breast cancer is now on the rise for men who are battling the disease, according to a new study. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Indiana Governor Mike Pence will be in Evansville on Thursday morning to talk about his new drug task force.Gov. Pence is scheduled to talk with local experts in the drug abuse field.The governor created the task force to help figure out ways to combat the state’s growing drug problem.Copyright 2015 WFIE. All rights reserved.  Source: Headline News - WFIE
The owners of Schnitz Brewery and Pub tell us they hope to open for business Friday, September 11. Source: Headline News - WFIE
A food safety technology company in Owensboro could receive some financial help for an expansion project. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Nearly 900,000 military veterans have officially pending applications for health care from the Department of Veterans Affairs, the department's inspector general said Wednesday, but "serious" problems with enrollment... Source: Headline News - WFIE
Lilly King spent her summer traveling the world.  Source: Headline News - WFIE
Officials say two buildings will enhance the appeal of Brescia University in Owensboro. It's part of multi-million dollar capital campaign. Source: Headline News - WFIE
The seven-year-old girl hurt in a deadly crash last week in Owensboro is still in critical condition. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Sheriff’s deputies in Dubois County, Indiana tell 14NEWS that drivers trying to avoid a busy intersection are using the Shiloh United Methodist Church parking lot as a short cut.That’s where parents drop their kids off for pre-school, causing a dangerous situation for everyone.Church officials say the intersection at State Road 56 and Country Road 350 West gets backed up, so drivers try to bypass it by going through their parking lot.“That’s not a problem, I sup... Source: Headline News - WFIE
The advocacy center's goal is to empower victims of intimate crimes and abuse by providing support, promoting justice, and preventing violence. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Judges in Warrick County, Indiana are looking for a new magistrate. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Crews set up “The Walls that Heal,” which is the traveling Vietnam Memorial, the Global War on Terror Wall of Remembrance, and the Honor Wall. Source: Headline News - WFIE
After an accusation was made that a Gibson County school refused to allow a Marine to surprise his little brother-- a barrage of negative comments followed on social media.  Source: Headline News - WFIE
Mayor Ron Payne says the city spent around $100,000. He says the area was declared a natural disaster, allowing for the city to request funds. Source: Headline News - WFIE
School officials say the average high school GPA for incoming freshmen is 3.27 Source: Headline News - WFIE
Superintendent Dr. Brian Harmon says they complete upgrades to Princeton Community Middle School this summer and thought the roof had another couple of years. He says the tough winter and dramatic temperature changes led to substantial leaks this summer. Source: Headline News - WFIE
In partnership with Keep Evansville Beautiful, volunteer EPD officers started their morning by cleaning up trash at Garvin Park. Source: Headline News - WFIE
A new $1.2 billion natural gas plant is being constructed in Muhlenberg County.  Right now, the plant is about 20 percent complete. Source: Headline News - WFIE
It happened just after 10 p.m. in the 3400 block of Greenbriar Road in Utica. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Eight people were arrested late Tuesday morning during a drug bust in Evansville. Source: Headline News - WFIE
Kentucky 2nd District Congressman Brett Guthrie made a stop in Owensboro on Wednesday.  Source: Headline News - WFIE
Carmi's city parks are getting a brand new security system. That's after a stabbing at Bradshaw Park prompted police and city leaders to look into changes. Source: Headline News - WFIE
A Carmi man accused of stabbing a teenager and beating several women will find out his fate next month. Source: Headline News - WFIE
The bypass will take drivers west from S.R. 61 over New Harmony Road then south down Eskew to Highway 62. Source: Headline News - WFIE
After 93 years of servicing and selling cars in Saint Anthony, Hasenour Motor Company is closing shop.  Source: Headline News - WFIE
Indiana State Police say a multi-agency sweep of marijuana growing operations in southern Indiana has seized nearly 4,900 plants from 146 plots with an estimated street value as high as $7.5 million dollars. Source: Headline News - WFIE

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